MCMLXV ‎– Untitled

CD, Album, Limited Edition


1 Untitled 10:48
2 Untitled 7:57
3 Untitled 8:35
4 Untitled 7:41
5 Untitled 8:09
6 Untitled 8:26
7 Untitled 8:39
8 Untitled 10:37


6 of the tracks appeared on 3 x 12" vinyl releases. Tracks 1 & 3 previously released on Blue, tracks 4 & 5 on Orange, tracks 6 & 8 on Yellow. Tracks 2 & 7 are previously unreleased.
Limited to 500 copies.

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  • Barcode: 5 029385 907013


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July 27, 2012
edited over 6 years ago
If you`re into deep, hypnotic, imaginative electronic music then give this album a listen because it`s all of that and more. The album is unmixed and it features eight instrumental tracks. Personally i`m not keen on track two or track four because to me they lack the depth and originality of the other six tracks on the album but the other tracks are either very good or absolutely amazing.

The producer James Zeiter has obviously taken his influence from Detroit Techno, Electro and Chicago House but he`s come up with a sound that is unique to this album. He builds the tracks around deep bass lines, intelligent Techno and Electro rhythms and ghostly atmospheric synths that float in and out of the mix. Zeiter layers the synth and percussion patterns perfectly giving the music body and depth. Because the tracks are so deep, layered and subtle you`ll hear more and more each time you listen. You can listen to it on headphones and it`ll hypnotise you. You can play it in a Techno, Electro or Deep House set and it`ll hypnotise the dance floor.

This album is an electronic classic.



May 31, 2012
edited over 6 years ago

While I commented on the vinyl releases already I wanted to speak on the unreleased tracks that are only found on the cd. #7 is the only beat less song all of them. The baselines notes are nicely balanced with some sort of angelic echoes of memories washed in a haze. It's a decent track. #2 is my favorite track of the cd. Almost like a faster ambient house. I suppose tech house you could say but the melody is more ambient than most tech house. The bass is bubbling and percussion is snappy and techy. It's a real pleasant and easy going mover. That melody is ace almost bringing it into deep house or again, ambient house. This should have made it to vinyl. The most timeless, melodic, well balanced and every day track on here. A sure fire winner.


December 10, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

Excellent techno label who's every release has pushed the boundaries of the genre even further. The rich soundscapes and fantastic production really makes this release something special. Shame its so hard to find the releases.... but well worth the effort to hunt them down. Go find.